SwiftKey Flow Beta Now Open – SwiftKey English
Swiftkey and Swype? For a long time I was divided by Swype’s lovely input and Switfkey’s excellent dictionary and prediction algorithm. My choice ended up being Swiftkey, always felt more productive using it and allowed more than one language at the same time (I’m writing in Portuguese and English). But now with Swiftkey Flow it’s a no-brainer,even in Beta stage.
Some of the most interesting links I found for 2012-06-8
Android Rising | Tao of Mac Android is c rising but could it rise above its mobile world? I think it can, as long as Google is willing to do so: Android makes much more sense for a lightweight computer that ChromeOS.
Some of the most interesting links I found for 2012-04-20
500px Android app is here! | 500px 500px just released their Android app and that's great news!
Sure there were a few third party apps on Android Market (or Play Store, as now it's called) but I feel an official mobile app should always be made in-house, to be related to the main application(even if it just means to share all the branding and logos).
I honestly believe that online services should always have a way for programmers to build stuff around it (a public API), but for me that has two main purposes: create clients for smaller platforms or, the most important, create mashups and alternative ways to browse and use the information of those services. A fine example of that is Flickr, with hundreds of original apps but when iOS and Android started to gain traction official apps were releases.
Bin Deploying ASP.NET MVC 3 | Haacked Are you installing an ASP.NET MVC application into a server without ASP.NET MVC properly installed? In theory it should run (it's just .Net 4.0) but you'll have to add a few extra assemblies that are available locally in your GAC. You could add those assemblies one by one or you could use this little trick.